Large-scale storage solutions from SMA allow system owners access to new revenue streams.
Building PV power plants is a complex process that carries risk. That’s why so many choose SMA for their inverter, storage, and O&M solutions. SMA understands the entire project cycle, including financial planning, logistics, installation, commissioning and service.
The 2019 SMA Utility-Scale PV & Storage Forum at Solar Power International is on Thursday, September 26, in Salt Lake City. Join us!
SMA thought leaders will be there to discuss innovative centralized and modular utility PV and storage solutions. They will also examine risk-sharing scenarios for plant servicing as well as repowering options for underperforming utility plants.
The program will include a variety of utility-scale and storage focused topics, with a wide-range of expertise from SMA:
» Optimizing value through centralized utility solutions
» Flexibility and scalability with modular utility solutions
» AC and DC coupled storage solutions
» Risk sharing for optimal service and O&M support
» Repowering solutions from SMA
We also have a robust offering for the utility-scale segment at our booth #3837!
We will display the Sunny Highpower PEAK3, a modular solution with up to 150 kW for large-scale PV power plants. In addition, we will highlight the new Sunny Central UP, SMA’s most powerful system with an output power of up to 4,600 kVA for large-scale PV plants, and our DC DC converter that delivers greater efficiency for large PV power plants.
The 2019 SMA Utility-Scale PV & Storage Forum starts at 8:30am at the Marriot Downtown at City Creek. Seats are limited. Reserve yours today by registering here!
Distributed energy resources with storage are being aggregated and managed by SMA using ennexOS, the award-winning cross sector energy management platform.
Distributed renewable energy resources bring a variety of benefits to the electrical grid. However, they also increase complexity due to their intermittent nature. The addition of battery storage can help offset that intermittency while allowing system owners greater self-consumption of their onsite power generation.
But with this distributed network of renewable energy storage systems, how do utilities manage an effective flow of electricity throughout their network while maintaining price and grid stability?
The solution is the Virtual Power Plant enabled by SMA technology.
ESA’s Annual Energy Storage Conference & Expo will take place in Phoenix, Arizona, April 16-18 and SMA will be there. Visit us at booth #811 to learn more about our AC and DC coupled system solutions that enable greater integration of renewable energy on the grid and support grid stability.
The energy storage market is growing: expanding in size and scope and SMA has positioned itself as a key player in the large-scale storage market with solutions that are ready for global deployment.
Attendees can visit the SMA booth to learn about the company’s Sunny Central Storage solution, the Sunny Central DC coupled solution, and the SMA DC-DC converter.
Our team of experts will also share information on use cases, including grid services for generation capacity and support for grid stability, as well as solutions for renewable integration using both AC and DC coupled architectures.
We’ll also have experts present to discuss our flexible service solutions for asset management, spanning from spare parts supply warranties to preventative maintenance, plant-wide O&M and repowering solutions.
Read this article and watch this video before heading to the ESA Conference to learn about an award-winning large-scale project in the Caribbean. SMA inverters help to provide the St. Eustatius municipality with a diesel-free daytime electricity supply that saves 1.7 million liters of diesel fuel and 4,500 metric tons of CO2 annually.
Have you registered for the ESA Energy Storage Annual Conference & Expo? Sign up today and remember to visit us at booth #811. See you there!
The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season was the costliest and deadliest on record. Hurricane María, a category five storm, was especially catastrophic for the northeastern region of the Caribbean. As the eye passed south of the island, the hurricane severely affected St. Croix USVI, bringing heavy rainfall, flooding and hurricane-force winds.
A properly maintained solar system can accelerate investment payback and increase yields by up to 30 percent. Whether it is a commercial, utility or storage project, hot spots can be indicative of future system issues, so SMA insists on finding those potential problems before they can affect system profitability.
What role do large battery storage systems play in the future energy supply? What opportunities does energy market 2.0 offer for companies involved? How is a megawatt-class battery inverter actually built? In April, Large-Scale Storage Day at SMA offered participants interesting lectures, tours of Sunny Central Storage production and the SMA Test center, and plenty of time for networking.